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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - RECOGNITION

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Externalisation, 297:upon the physical plane and seldom received recognition for what they truly were; only history, atExternalisation, 299:advent of the Buddha, light, aspiration, and the recognition of God Transcendent had been theExternalisation, 310:in many people in every race, and it is the recognition of this which has called forth the activityExternalisation, 312:note, based on clear mental perception, the recognition of those allied in the work and theExternalisation, 312:by pointing out the testimony of the past, the recognition of the universal need for divineExternalisation, 320:it is seldom prompted by conviction, by the recognition of possibility or a paralleling decision toExternalisation, 340:had to be recognized and protected. No such recognition or safeguarding hinders the activities ofExternalisation, 341:Will-to-good. The stage wherein will come the recognition of the opportunities of peace, the rightExternalisation, 342:of the will. The secret of the will lies in the recognition of the divine nature of man. Only thisExternalisation, 343:of the will is also closely tied in with the recognition of the unconquerable nature of goodnessExternalisation, 347:has not been brought about in order to impose recognition of the Buddha upon the Occident. ThereExternalisation, 348:though brief, return to bless humanity. This recognition will grow until the time in the not tooExternalisation, 349:expressing itself at present in the [349] keen recognition by men everywhere of the need toExternalisation, 349:efforts of the Buddha, to lead to a worldwide recognition of the desirability of these formulas;Externalisation, 349:of the Most High the aid, help, and directed recognition which will bring about a phenomenal eventExternalisation, 356:in Atlantean days and so long lost, and the recognition of the techniques which can bring in theExternalisation, 360:and dispel glamor - the one by the intuitive recognition of reality by minds attuned to it, and theExternalisation, 360:well-nigh unconscious, but none the less real, recognition of the true meaning of these Four NobleExternalisation, 361:also, the dispelling of illusion and the recognition of truth as it exists in the consciousness ofExternalisation, 366:a future of shared planetary resources, and a recognition of [367] a general historically-provedExternalisation, 375:to form a nation. The demand for national recognition is widespread; the emphasis upon humanity asExternalisation, 376:all that is done must be founded on one basic recognition - human brotherhood, expressing itself inExternalisation, 381:emotional. Our second step, therefore, after the recognition of individual responsibility, is toExternalisation, 391:Father in Heaven. God spoke to Him in terms of recognition; God testified to the fact that He knewExternalisation, 391:Christ) then there can likewise come a divine recognition from the highest possible source whichExternalisation, 400:the voice of desire, through worship, the recognition of deity, through affirmation of the fact ofExternalisation, 401:add to your mental and spiritual activity the recognition that you are participating [402] in theExternalisation, 406:a new civilization and culture, or a fresh recognition of relationship between God and man or manExternalisation, 407:name is Shangri-Lha - a name which is finding recognition everywhere and which stands for a centerExternalisation, 412:or state of awareness (embodying physical recognition of inner causes) is withdrawn or abstractedExternalisation, 423:means, the way is cleared for a new and simple recognition of divinity which will satisfy not onlyExternalisation, 423:and effective. This event will evoke worldwide recognition. I have stated also that we are reachingExternalisation, 424:will, in that kingdom, have no place or recognition. [425] Externalisation, 457:leaders of the race equally recognize. This recognition will make them slow in arriving at finalExternalisation, 462:however, a community of suffering and a general recognition that the causes of war are to be foundExternalisation, 463:as it was when He spoke His words on earth; a recognition of its truth and value is desperatelyExternalisation, 468:terms of Christ and His disciples. The essential recognition for which I plead is that this greatExternalisation, 468:spiritual Individuals, Who receive so general a recognition throughout the world and in all theExternalisation, 504:will limit your understanding and fail in right recognition of group purpose. The work of pouringExternalisation, 547:the sense of reality, so essential to the recognition of the hitherto unseen Hierarchy. 2. IExternalisation, 559:upon the physical plane, evoking general recognition and guaranteeing to the public the fact of theExternalisation, 560:yet no word [560] for it or any need of words; recognition of the Father and of monadic beingExternalisation, 565:many disciples to take initiation. 3. The recognition by a very much larger number of the generalExternalisation, 565:Hitherto the relation was dependent upon recognition, by advanced aspirants, of the nature of theirExternalisation, 565:in relation to the Hierarchy; today, the recognition of thousands who are not in any way advancedExternalisation, 566:will move forward into greater light. 6. The recognition by humanity of its major problems, and theExternalisation, 571:works frequently alone and usually with little recognition and lacks time for his own personalExternalisation, 572:or authority; it will simply signify the free recognition by free people of certain spiritualExternalisation, 573:group work, when they are coming into power and recognition, will consist of a sweetening and aExternalisation, 574:own. These phases are: The stage of a general recognition of light in all departments of humanExternalisation, 582:contact - in physical manifestation and physical recognition - has been established, a system ofExternalisation, 583:without any evidence of the inner impulsion. Recognition of the inner effort will be dependent uponExternalisation, 584:community of interest but not [584] through recognition of similar instructions - a very differentExternalisation, 585:and the new orientation, and not any [585] recognition of Masters and Their orders or of anyExternalisation, 585:spiritual objective (so-called today) except the recognition that they love their fellowmen; thisExternalisation, 588:to all souls should be taught, and with it the recognition that the long-awaited kingdom of God isExternalisation, 588:life and at all stages of that control. From a recognition of this relationship, the fact of theExternalisation, 588:who express, as yet, its quality. When this recognition has become general, the idea (by this timeExternalisation, 589:unfolding Plan, and men will be brought to its recognition through a study of the evolution of theExternalisation, 593:Buddha Himself is standing behind Him in humble recognition of the divine task which He is on theExternalisation, 595:consciousness is an imminent happening; a fresh recognition of divine attentiveness is now possibleExternalisation, 595:summarized for us by a series of recognitions - recognition of Those Who, down the ages, haveExternalisation, 595:Immanent, plus awareness of God Transcendent; recognition of those major spiritual concepts ofExternalisation, 595:which are now on the verge of right expression; recognition of the true brotherhood of man, basedExternalisation, 595:and expressing itself through the one humanity; recognition, therefore, of relationship both to theExternalisation, 595:and eventual world peace. Today another recognition is becoming possible. It is the recognitionExternalisation, 595:recognition is becoming possible. It is the recognition everywhere of the imminent return of ChristExternalisation, 595:event will make possible. The basis for this recognition lies in the deep seated conviction, innateExternalisation, 596:in the hearts of men in every land; this recognition of a divine hope and background may possiblyExternalisation, 597:evade the vision of the believer; seeing and recognition are two very different things, and one ofExternalisation, 597:of mankind in the near future is the recognition that always He has been with us and shared with usExternalisation, 598:by Those Whose lives and words will evoke recognition in every department of human thinking. TheExternalisation, 599:and in His Person voicing their demand for the recognition of the factual existence of the KingdomExternalisation, 600:soon give place to certain knowledge, to visual recognition, to provable signs of executive work,Externalisation, 600:or fanatical credulity. It will come as a recognition of potency in leadership, through dynamic butExternalisation, 601:the Bible story, Christ symbolically evoked the recognition of John the Baptist and imparted theExternalisation, 602:not produce the wild claims and the credulous recognition of the well-meaning and theExternalisation, 603:is functioning efficiently today and demanding recognition. It is an organized body which isExternalisation, 603:It is an organized body which is already evoking recognition from those people who [604] do seekExternalisation, 604:ridiculous claims, that they have evoked little recognition of the underlying truth, nor have theyExternalisation, 604:apostles, a Voice came from the Father's Home in recognition of the revealed divinity and theExternalisation, 611:immanent in every heart, can be evoked in recognition of His appearance. That the circumstances ofExternalisation, 612:they must follow is already made and clear. Let recognition be the aim. Externalisation, 617:the effects of that appearance and of that recognition will be terrific, calling forth an equallyExternalisation, 618:attitude must also be based on an innate recognition of the existence of the Christ and of HisExternalisation, 652:free to work as they see fit - after due recognition of the information and the inspiration given.Externalisation, 665:principle of the masses for eventual right recognition of the Christ. A right sense of values isExternalisation, 670:consistent with the unfolding spiritual recognition. Externalisation, 671:civilization and a worldwide system of divine recognition? It is toward this general freedom andExternalisation, 672:the production of such a widespread spiritual recognition that men everywhere will accept asExternalisation, 672:mystical or impossible dream, but is simply the recognition and the externalization of that whichExternalisation, 672:years ago, and which will proceed to universal recognition when He is with us again in theExternalisation, 679:and integrated ashrams is based upon the recognition of the initial difficulty of the various rayExternalisation, 680:The unity of aim, the desire to serve, the recognition of the present focused intention of theExternalisation, 681:under the guidance of your own soul and my ready recognition. Others all over the world, throughExternalisation, 695:pride would permit and if he would descend to a recognition of equality with all the group withExternalisation, 698:to take definite form, and will call also for recognition; the groups there working will be known,Externalisation, 699:of normalcy. They may indeed be so normal that recognition of what They are may escape notice. TheyFire, viii:with her; and Alice A. Bailey worked in complete recognition of her own task in this sequence.Fire, xiii:of consciousness, and should bring about a recognition of the adequacy, as a working basis, for
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